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commissioners and staff to welcome you back to the san francisco port. and this historic pier 48. pier 48 as you may know was one of the last piers built right before world war ii. it was built in concert with pier 45 and fisherman's wharf in the changes of technology in cargo movement. those changes were stimulated by the fact that we had two bridges opening up here in the bay. and our opportunities to move cargo changed by vessel and rail to also by truck. pier 48 as you can see is much like all the other piers you are familiar with. it has a great large and long apron for cargo to be shipped and stored and out into distribution. the difference of pier 48 than others you know. on this side is a second transit shed with another apron. in the middle is a long divide. that's where the rail cars and the trucks came in to pick up the cargo. across the way is seawall lot 337. that was filled in by the santa fe railway. in order to create a new headquarters for their train movement. that would go down the peninsula and out into the greater california area. and seawall 337 known as lot "a" and pier 48
. a san francisco icon, and icon firm and craftsman beer that we would today called san francisco made. it's my honor to introduce all dignita dignitaries. i would first like to recognize mayor ed lee. [applause] supervisors carmen chu, jane kim, and malia cohen. c.e.o. port commission president, and former commissioner michael hardaman. fire chief. and san francisco jim lathermyth. and san francisco made we have katie and sarah from spur. as well as many of our neighborhood leaders, i saw mike bishop from the southern waterfront. and katie from the central waterfront. and the commerce advisory committee. and of course all of you who i hope are not just only san francisco giant fans but fans of home-made beer here in san francisco. and it's my great honor to introduce entrepreneurial spirit. mr. gregor was born and raised in the united kingdom. he then moved to singapore at the age of nine. he's lived in amazing cities around the world. so he brings with him an international spirit. but also a passion for san francisco. he and his partner, tony foglio are known for building up the best bra
of healthy san francisco in emergency medical situations. these two examples illustrate in one hand the costly effects that the elimination of healthy san francisco can have in the pockets of rest ranted workers. on the other hand, healthy san francisco is an affordable option for our workers who work less than 30 hours per week at the city post minimum wage. i want to remind you that restaurant workers are the face of san francisco in the sense that we take pride in the services we provide to rez densest and tourists by means of entertainment and pleasure. i assure you that restaurant workers are happy with the benefits of the healthy san francisco program, we will make our economy a healthy one. >> i'm going to read a couple more names. (reading speaker names). next d >> supervisors, my name is connie ford and i'm one of the vice-president of the san francisco labor council, you can tell by the color of my hair that i've been around for a while, i know that san franciscans love good health care and health care for all of our citizens, back in the 90's, we passed six initiatives to
that includes tens of thousands of san francisco resident, 10 thousand more that work in san francisco but do not live in san francisco, san francisco has been a huge success, all it takes to perceive for the future is to get the obama administration to recognize that it's a unique program and make some regulatory allowances unique for its design, this should not be controversial, healthy san francisco has a [inaudible] for healthy care reform and our national representative ares at the forefront of making the aca as strong as they could, but during this, we will ensure the health of san francisco remain a model for others to follow and doesn't allow us to enroll backwards. some people currently receive coverage through healthy san francisco will require for medi cal care and many will not, we estimate 3 to 4 million californians will remain uninsured even after the aca is fully implemented at the same time public hospitals will face cuts and dsh payment and the alignment fund, employers payment under health care sans fra*ns will be crucial. thank you, sir. >> thank you, sir,
of san francisco congratulations everybody for being a hero today. you know the san francisco hospital foundation the general hospital foundation has been such a wonderful wonderful entity and i want to just thank stephanie your leadership, i want to thank julie and rich at the board with all of the other board members, the staff at the hospital, all of the staph, you know sometimes the doctors have to do it's emergency work but what makes that whole hospital run is literally everybody that works at the hospital from the social workers to the accountants to the administrators to the nurses, and nurse practitioner and is the doctors and all of the fundraisers thank you everybody for working together. and for today, again, a big thanks to ellen and pam for your leadership and bringing the hearts and the heros together. it's such a wonderful just community effort to support our general hospital and all of the work that it does. everybody knows what it does already. but i also want to say there are other heros that you are acknowledging today and i would like to just give them a word of t
residents rely on healthy san francisco for health care. one of the recommendation ins the health care services master plan is about preserving healthy san francisco, we're here today to talk about why healthy san francisco and the health care security ordinance is still really important even with obama care, so locally under the health care security ordinance, the minimum workers is 20 but if the ordinance was replaced by the affordable care act, the minimum would be raised to 50. this is important because lez people would be covered or get health care and businesses and instead businesses should also share the profits by helping the workers get health care. the health care security ordinance would secure that more workers would get health care and health care is the human right and everyone should have the right to access health care regardless of their income. thank you. >> thank you. i'm going to call a few more names. (calling speaker names). next speaker. >> hi, supervisors, my name is judy and i'm a resident of the easier neighborhood and i'm part of the chinese progressive asso
through healthy san francisco and won't get it otherwise. thank you. >> i have a few more names. (speaker names being called). >> next speaker, please. er >> good afternoon, supervisors, my name is olivia fang, i am the founder and executive director to have latino breast cancer act si, a small non-profit organization based here in san francisco. through our organization, we use this low-income uninsured weekend to access breast cancer screening services including follow up, diagnostic care without cost and without barrier, many of the women who have come to our program have lost tha*ir insurance as their employers have cutback their hours, these women rely on programs like ours, i too rely on healthy san francisco for preventative care and prescriptions as i do not have health insurance because i cannot afford health insurance, i don't qualify for health insurance because i am considered to be at risk, i am a breast cancer survivor, when the affordable care act is fully implemented, that doesn't mean that folks of me like the [inaudible] it is very lieb likely that we won't be
've been told, our goal is not to dismantle healthy san francisco, we want it to provide health access to individuals who are not covered under the affordable care act, however we mrao*efr it's irresponsible to encourage employee that is have an individual mandate to have full insurance under the law to accept a health plan that doesn't require plans under federal law, to get subsidized coverage and their dependents through covered california, we look forward to working through these complex issues so we can successfully implement the sca, those that fall under the safety net continue to have healthy choices in san francisco. >> thank you. >> jim lazarus, khim beer of commerce, because there was a lot of testimony earlier, one of the solutions is going to be passage of the comprehensive immigration reform bill. the chamber has supported that from day 1 and it's clear that many of the people testifying today would obviously benefit from a pathway to citizenship. we struggle with the same issues in 2006 that we're talking about today, 2006 when we sat down with business and labor and civ
, the affordable care act allows local jurisdictions like san francisco to adopt ordinances like the health care ordinance. >> thank you for that clarification. >> thank you very much, why don't we go on to public comment and we have a large number of people here, so normally i give each speaker which is the maximum which is 3 minutes, but i don't want to lose our quorum, so we will limit to 2 minutes, so why don't i read off a few names. (calling speaker names). >> good afternoon. i'm ken jacobs, i'm the chair of the uc berkeley labor and education and one of the co-principle investigators for the simulation of market and is the primary model being used for projections in how health coverage will change in california as a result of the affordable care act and has been used by state, counties and covered california for their planning purposes. i was also a member of the universal health care council. >> is it possible to ask speakers to use the other podium and if i may ask you to maybe line up to your right, my left, my apology, thank you very much. >> no problem. >> so, it's helpful to put th
restaurant worker would was born and raised in san francisco, he was in a serious accident last year, on his way to work, he was on a scooter and a bicyclist ran a red light and he slammed into a post, so he was taken by ambulance to san francisco general, he suffered a severe concussion, had multiple abrasions, needed dozens stitches in his knee, his helmet saved him from more serious injury, he was unable to work to work for several weeks, he received a bill for over 32 thousand dollars for his care which is more than what he made in a year, luckily he was enrolled in healthy sa*ns from paid 250 dollars of this bill, which if he had to pay the full amount would have put him in dire straits, he will be mandated to buy insurance now, but with his income, he would be able to afford a high deductible plan if he can afford any plan at all, we don't have medi cal yet, the aca is more about access to insurance, healthy san francisco is about access to health care, so let's leave it in tact. thank you. >> thank you, next speaker? >> hi, my name is claudia, i've been a san francisco resident for 30
't have medi cal yet, the aca is more about access to insurance, healthy san francisco is about access to health care, so let's leave it in tact. thank you. >> thank you, next speaker? >> hi, my name is claudia, i've been a san francisco resident for 30 years and i'm a registered nurse at kaiser for 8 year, i work in adult medicine with the latino community and i also work with maternity child health or labor and delivery, so i'm here today for personal and professional reasons. if i can leave you with one message today, it would be prevention. i personally am from a migrant family, we came here when i was four, so i know extensively how important health care is, especially to families of migrant descent. from personal experience, i have two brothers who would have foregone care if it wasn't for healthy san francisco because their private insurance plans that are offered to them require expensive co-payments for themselves and for their families. my sister-in-law for example is a cardiac surgery survivor and i say survivor because she has my niece and nephew and in my homeland and her
>> good morning. and welcome to san francisco city hall. on this momentus occasion, we are going to have and celebrate the unveiling of the adolf trotro bust. and so we will begin with the present mayor of san francisco, mayor ed lee, talking about one of the former mayors of san francisco adolf trotro. >> all right. thank you, ellen. >> you are very welcome. president lee. >> good morning, everyone and welcome to city hall. and thanks for as a various departments that are here, i understand that we have three representatives from our counsel general offices, certainly our counsel general from germany, from israel and russia. thank you very much for being here. former supervisor clint is here, i can see him in the crowd thank you for being here as well. our chiefs from the fire and police department are here. members of our commissions are here as well and thank you very much. my good buddy, leonid, mucupkin has been an advisor to me for many, many years previous to my being mayor of san francisco. and he is always been giving me great advice on not only history, but how we can c
retain healthy san francisco, [inaudible] we know first hand the importance of the healthy san francisco plays and health being in our community, while planned parenthood supports the affordable health act and its access that health insurance provides, two key problems continue to exist, health insurance will not be affordable to many people and many people will not be eligible for any sort of health coverage under the nca, affordability, more low-income people will be eligible for expanded medi cal, health insurance covered will still not be affordable for many, especially in a high cost city like san francisco, people will not be able to afford this health !insurance premium, a 2012 survey of planned parenthood clients showed that 60% of our patients had no health insurance because they couldn't afford any monthly premium whatsoever, 28% more couldn't afford more than 50 hours a month, accessabilities, we heard it here, three of four million californians will fall through the crack, our undocumented and immigrant families will not be eligible and have been shut out of the fa
the city the city of san francisco sfgtv meeting of the neighborhood services and safety committee occurring on ⌝thursday july 25, 2013 will begin shortly. >> good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to the july 25, 2013 special meeting of the board of supervisors neighborhood services and safety committee, my name is david campos and i'm the chair of the committee, we're here with eric mar, we will be joined later by supervisor malia cohen bho is currently chairing the government of audits and oversight committee and sthe will be filling in for supervisor norman yee, the clerk of the committee is mr. derek evans, we want to thank sfgtv staff for covering the meeting today, mr. clerk, do we have any announcements? >> thank you, mr. chair. please make sure to silence all cell phones and electronic devices, completed speaker cards should be submitted to to the clerk, items acted upon will appear on the board of supervisor's agenda. >> before we move to our item, i would like to entertain a motion to excuse supervisor norman yee, so we have a motion by supervisor mar, if we can take th
of san francisco. [ applause ] >> you're watching quick bites, the show that is san francisco. and today you're in for a real treat. oh, my! food inspired by the mediterranean and middle east with a twist so unique you can only find it in one place in san francisco. we're at the 55th annual armenian festival and bizarre. this is extra special not only because i happen to be armenian, but there is so much delicious food here. and i can't wait to share it with all of you. let's go. armenia, culture and cusine has had much cultural exchanges with its neighbors. today armenian food infuses he flavor from the mediterranean, middle east, and eastern europe. >> this is our 55th year and in san francisco we're the largest armenian food festival and widely recognized as one of the best food festivals in the area. we have vendors that come up from fresno, from los angeles showing off their craft. we really feel like we have something for everyone in the neighborhood and that's really what it is, is drawing people to see a little bit of our culture and experience what we experience week
them. to get on the shelter waiting list families must provide verification of san francisco residence /seu residency or an intent to reside in san francisco. they may have just got here but they say i am planning on living here. so this addresses families who might be fleeing violent situations in other cities, other countries, other states. we want you to have an intention of being here and then enrolling in the services that we can provide you. we're setting a family income threshold which is 35 percent of area median income, which is almost 32 thousand dollars a year for a family of three so that would be the maximum income for a family of three to get on the list. this is in alignment with our other programs, which the contracts that will start in july. and then the third is we want families to apply for san francisco's cal works program. it's statewide and the benefit levels are the same statewide. what's different is the set of services that each county provides to families and we have the most robust compared to other counties. so if owe're on our county, it would be the
>> hi. i am cory with san francisco and we're doing stay safe and we're going to talk about what shelter in place or safe enough to stay in your home means. we're here at the urban center on mission street in san francisco and joined by carla, the deputy director of spur and one of the persons who pushed this shelter in place and safe enough to stay concept and we want to talk about what it means and why it's important to san francisco. >> as you know the bay area as 63% chance of having a major earthquake and it's serious and going to impact a lot of people and particularly people in san francisco because we live on a major fault so what does this mean for us? part of what it means is that potentially 25% of san francisco's building stock will be uninhibit tabl and people can't stay in their homes after an earthquake. they may have to go to shelters or leave entirely and we don't want that to happen. >> we want a building stock to encourage them to stay in the homes and encourage them to stay and not relocate to other locations and shelters. >> that's right so that means the
as we had been reporting enroute to san francisco. runway 28 l it was supposed to land but made the crash landing tlchlt they said they are working now enroute and are in their way to san francisco and are working in conjunction with their counterparts in korea to find out what is going on and boeing will likely be part of the investigation as well. robert francis, if you could hear me this time, former ntsb vice chairman and investigator, you heard that press conference. that's about what you thought would come out of that press conference, right? >> exactly. oops. i just lost you. >> okay. we'll get back to you. thank you very much for that. it's the top of the hour. we want to update our viewers now. >> i'm don lemon. live in new york here i want to update our viewers on what is going on. i welcome our viewers in the united states watching around the world, watching cnn international and also other net works. it is our breaking news here on cnn. a boeing 777 on a flight from south korea crash landed today at the san francisco airport. 291 passengers, 16 crew members were onbo
and healthy san francisco, while most of our members are fortunate enough to receive benefits, they have a class of secondhand workers who are hired at part time hours, they'll often work full time hours and they're not provided with health care, however, under the affordable care act, more employers will have incentive tos do exactly what uc is doing and cut employees's hours so they don't have to provide health insurance, healthy san francisco has the incentive to cut hours as well as to provide health insurance to the many san francisco residents who will not quality under the affordable care act. all residents deserve health care. thank you. >> thank you very much. next speaker. >> good evening, thank you for your time. my name's kathy, i'm a part time teacher with the city college of san francisco and i'm a proud member of the activist committee with jobs with justice, as a teacher, i want to talk about our students, i'm aware that many of our students like my god children are lower income workers and i watch my god children, i watch other students struggle if you make 14 to 15 doll
of doing business in san francisco and also investing in the future of our non-profit leaders. we've worked in san francisco non-profit workforce. i've been over at campus family youth services and presently at i h consortium. there was a time when it was rewarding. with our two annual salaries we've put our girls through schools and we utilized the dance mission spc a and we do everything in san francisco and we're proud to call ourselves san franciscans. and we've done that on a non-profit salary. but will next generation folks build and contribute to their non-profit mission and remain in san francisco & to enjoy family. i shutter to think of the loyalty and experience has all gone to the wind. i'm here to ask the san francisco committee to consider in order to retain those bright leaders of tomorrow but two be a place our next generations workforce can feel they have a good end >> thank you. next speaker, please >> hi i'm with african network. i'm here with one of our clients whose originally from someplace else. she's an example of how community based orchestras are the first place
the contracts that will start in july. and then the third is we want families to apply for san francisco's cal works program. it's statewide and the benefit levels are the same statewide. what's different is the set of services that each county provides to families and we have the most robust compared to other counties. so if owe're on our county, it would be they transfer their case to san francisco. it's done electronically, but it allows them to get engaged in our services here. a change that we made to initially rolling this out is families where every family member is undocumented so they're not required to apply for cal works. we would not require them to apply. it's something that would be a waste of their time and something we don't want them to do, however, we do have a number of families where the parents are undocumented, but the parents are citizens. they are eligible for cal works, they're eligible for grants on behalf of their children and for food stamps and med-cal. >> i appreciate the intent behind this modification that you don't require undocumented families to apply fo
holiday. >> that looks good. fireworks are still on for san francisco's waterfront despite the strike, ahead, the help that transit is helping for those coming into the city. >> good morning, everyone, at 6:00 a.m. >> happy fourth of july. >> you were talking about the lightning strikes and weapon talking about that with the weather conditions we have to watch out and check with leyla gulen for mike this morning with weather and traffic. >> thanks, ladies, we are going to experience a bit of an early fourth of july celebration, certainly santa rosa and sonoma county did, with the thunder and lightning strikes that occurred to our north. they moved inland with live doppler 7 hd picking up quite a bit of fog. so this is heavy fog at this time and that is starting to burn off this afternoon. for the next 12 hours we will experience a cooler start, 70 inland and 68 at the bay and 58 at the coast. the temperatures will climb by 4:00 p.m., 104 degrees is the average high inland and 90 around the bay. only 70 at the coast with a dip by 7:00 p.m. the hot temperatures should cool off by tomor
folks now going the route of insurance or healthy san francisco? >> yes, going the health insurance or contributing to the city option, the contribution tos the city option as has been indicated previously, the pool and the size of the healthy san francisco problem, excuse me, the healthy san francisco program is likely to be reduced and consequently, the contributions that employers make to the city option will be routed to medical reimbursement accounts that are administered by the city for individual employees, these are similar to frankly the health reimbursement accounts that are used widely today and administered privately, there are some difference, one of those which i think you're getting to is that the medical reimbursement accounts administered by the city have no prescribers other than them being available broadly for medical services. >> you said earlier, i want to get the number right, that about 35% of employers that use these hra's have not allowed in this past year that the money be used for health insurance? >> that is correct. >> if that money is now going to be u
's a corporation that has the sf deli and wine in san francisco. >> i imagine you have already reached out o the district supervisor, this is in district 6. >> we have reached out to our supervisor and to the public. >> why don't we now hear from the san francisco police department, either inspector fong or gordon. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors, i'm inspector fong, abc liaison region, he filed an application seeking a type 21 off-sale general license for 810 mission street. this permit is currently operating with an existing type 21 license and is seeking approval from the committee to extend the license to conduct the newly constructed entrance of the floor, police called for service from april, 2012 to april, 2013 is 0, there's no residents within 500 feet of this premises and a notice of the public was posted on may 22, 2013. this premises is located on plot number 222, it has 210 police reports reported for 2012, so the applicant's premises is located in a high criminal area. this is 176.01, the off-sale license authorizes by this tract is 7 and the active off-sale license
by introducing the other partners for today's initiative lunch. first of all, the san francisco foundation, dr. sandra hernandez and tessa rivera, [speaker not understood], senior program officer for immigrant rights and integration, walter and alise fund, also known as the haase senior fund. pam david, the wallace alexander gabode foundation, stacey ma and thomas, concerned with immigrants and refugees represented today by felicia barto, deputy director. also present today are commissioner canali vice-chair of the san francisco immigrant rights commission, city librarian, luis herrera, [speaker not understood], and clementine of the african advocacy network. so, let me provide first of all just a little bit of background on the initiative. in 2008 while serving as city administrator, mayor ed lee created the office of civic engagement and immigrant affairs, one of the first such offices in the nation. the intention was to better communicate with and engage our city residents while providing opportunities for meaningful participation and particularly for under served and vulnerable communities
living in san francisco because of the preschool and the community and i went to school my entire life in san francisco. several schools, and i can honestly stand up here and tell you that i have never seen a school and a community offer so much to the children and to the entire families. families rely on it, and there are not any other options there are more familis that want to stay in san francisco. and it is impacted with more and more young people that are looking to start families without preschools like this in san francisco, what is the future of san francisco what is the future for children living in san francisco? >> there is a lot of compromises that need to be made, noise, being one of them. but, children they are such an important part of our community, we talk about community, and i am here to speak for the children, because they can't speak for themselves. their lives are enhanced by the preschool. i trust them with the family future and i plan on remaining in san francisco and thankfully me and families like me are able to stay in san francisco and walk to a commun
secrets that made the city san francisco one of a kind .m >> an award winning book reveals secrets that made the city of san francisco one of a timened and hear and the summer concerts. i'm susan sikora and that's on bay area focus next. ,,,,,,,,,, si t summer >> welcome to the show, i'm susan sikora. if you want great summer grading, the season of the witch could be your best start. now in paper back, this historical account reads like a novel. it is filled with characters you know, but may be filled with stories you are not. while san francisco's summer of love is long over, it shaped who we are, our value, an our influence on the rest of the country today. meet the author of season of the witch, david talbot. he also created salon.com. hi david. >> hi susan. >> i haven't finished the book, but i love it. why have you decided to cover the years be67-82? >> i thought this was the revolutionary period in san francisco's history. it radically transformed itself and then the world. medical marijuana, immigrant sanctuary, livable wage. bicycle friendly streets. all of this began here
an investment banker here in san francisco at thomas was all partners. working the industry for about five and a half years. in the summer of 2009, joined a venture capital firm. i am happily married. my wife and i lived around laurel village in district 2. we have two small children. our goal is five and our boy is three. how parents and excited to be here on the board. >> why did you choose to live in san francisco? and tell us about what motivated your interest in politics. >> choosing to live in san francisco was natural, given that i was born and raised here. when you are a child, you do not understand what you have until you leave home. i have the fortunate opportunity to live in los angeles and abroad in ireland and in philadelphia. there is no place like home in san francisco is your home. very natural and something was looking forward to in trying to find a job to come home to after law school. my job afforded me that opportunity, to come back to the bay area. so i'm lucky, and i will be here the rest of my life. in terms of getting into politics, for me, it was two reasons. first
as development i would like to offer you that. and, of course, i couldn't come to the city of san francisco without bringing swiss chocolates. this is at the best shocks o chocolates i would like to offer you. and you will run so. thank you, very much. (clapping) >> i don't know if we're going to have a chocolate taste off. we now have a reception and thank you all on both sides for enriching our communities and welcome to san francisco. we hope you have a very successful >> good morning, everyone. on behalf of the mayor, i want to welcome you and most particularly the mayor and his wonderful delegation >> also, we have a supervisor he took a long vacation and part of the delegation. we're delighted to have celebrate this day barring lesson is our 18 city. and mayor we understand you like bicycling. and also know you're a golfer so we will put in the report for golfing. mayor lee when he became mayor and the protocol and i went in to talk to the mayor about his goals and our sister cities we the consulates were a part of the city we we are very proud of them their represent the computesc
other members of the public that wish to speak. >> i'm a 20-year residents of san francisco in the mission district. i've been in the private sector for profit business as a business manager and also on the board of supervisors for the democratic sense for women. i want to say that over my time in business we have initiated without a lot of formality. many of the departments i worked in were primarily female and we needed time off for child bearing we just went ahead and did that it was always successful and professionalable and no one ever had a problem with what we did. but there's one thing i'm not a mommy have any kid's but about 10 years ago my dad got sick. he was a strong guy and he got very sick and he had no money and his wife was disabled. it was up to my sisters and i and -- excuse-me.. i was horrify it was up to my sisters and ii lost my job and my sister lost they are job and we gave you a lot of our funds to spend our last days with my dad and 5 years ago it happened again but my father died who happens to be in this building who gave us flexible time and i was
housing boom that san francisco has experienced. we have experienced many since this development has been done in the 60s and in the 70s and 80s and 90s and the 2000s. i just think that it is easy to build on that green space and it would have been done in the 60s by the geller brothers in the 70s or the 90s. my concern to be honest is that if we fill one green space, the decision that this board makes pretty much determines if all of those green spaces are going to be filled. on the one hand there is nothing written that indicates that these green spaces were designated specific and were to state green spaces. and both sides have presented strong cases to represent themselves. i think that if we close one green space we will have to close all of them. and i don't know if i feel comfortable enough with making that decision and it is not just one project it is all of the projects. >> so i will make a motion that we grant the appeal and over turn the permit on the basis that... commissioner hurtado may i make a suggestion? if you don't mind? >> no i don't, it is the end of the night. >> wit
ones that dominate, immigrants in san francisco like asians and latinos, but our african community, our eastern europe committee, our middle eastern communities are all engaged in this effort. and our goal was always beyondv just being counted, how do you participate fully in american society? ~ how do you get to a david chiu as the supervisor or ed lee as the mayor and register your heart felt viewpoints on how your park should look like? what kind of education level your schools should be in? what kind of community safety plans would make you and your family feel safe? what kind of level of health care, which is a big, big challenge for us these days, that you need in order to keep healthy? all of these kinds of issues, including input in the government, we've always wanted to improve. well, today there is over 100,000 permanent residents in san francisco who are not fully engaged yet in everything that they can be doing in registering their voice. and, so, we want to announce today a new initiative, it's the san francisco pathways to citizenship initiative. its job, its focus is to w
of a crash at san francisco international airport today. there --. >> rick: there are were many injured but we don't have exact numbers. you you are watching continuing team coverage at crash at sfo that involved a boeing triple 7 that was on its way to san francisco, landing that originated in seoul, south korea. as you heard from the n.t.s.b. chairman, teams are on their way to san francisco, teams that are based both in los angeles and teams that are flying out from washington, d.c. they'll be there on the scene right now. we're just getting news from one of hospitals in the area. san francisco general hospital, there is a trauma center there. that is where a number of injured were taken. as of 2:00 p.m. local time, hospital there says it has received ten patients total, six females, four males all involved in the airline crash. eight adults, two children, they range from 20-40s and there are two children, as well. all the patients are in critical condition. as we take a look at the videotape. the aftermath of the plane there with the tail missing, gone. you can see the top of the fu
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